Wed., October 29, 2014 9:10am
Mercer Seeks Public Help For Major Retail, Student Housing Project
The institution is planning a $50 million dollar development across from their football stadium that would include hotel, retail shops and redefine entry to Mercer University Drive.
Fri., October 24, 2014 2:17pm
Women Take Center Stage At The Macon Symphony, Yet Still Seek Parity In Music
When the Macon Symphony Orchestra opens, both the conductor and guest artist spot will be women, a breakthrough that still illustrates how few women progress in the upper tiers of classical music.
Wed., October 22, 2014 2:04pm
Macon-Bibb Commission Tackles Pedestrian Deaths
Officials are evaluating ways to make high traffic intersections safer for walking and lower car pedestrian accidents.
Mon., October 20, 2014 2:56pm
Making Real The Promise Of The Digital Economy
A summit in Macon this coming weekend tries to plug entrepreneurs, government economic planners and business leaders into the latest digital techniques.
Thu., October 9, 2014 7:02pm
Can Rehabilitating Historic Buildings Breathe Life Into Georgia Downtowns?
Georgia has begun redeveloping historic buildings with vigor. Macon is leading the way in that effort. But preservationists still have a way to go on selling history as a means to revive its urban core.
Wed., October 8, 2014 1:21pm
Deal, Carter Spar Over Economy And Ethics During Debates
During Tuesday’s Gubernatorial debate, Republican incumbent Nathan Deal and Democrat Jason Carter traded barbs over Georgia’s job numbers and ethics violations.
Mon., October 6, 2014 9:08am
Macon & Eggs: Blight, Security Breaches And Ebola
GPB Macon's Leah Fleming and Charles Richardson of The Telegraph come together to discuss blight and the recent spate of government security breaches from the perspective of Middle Georgians.
Thu., October 2, 2014 9:28am
Last Open Mic for Grant's Lounge?
Grant's Lounge in Macon was once the haunt of the Allman Brothers Band and the Southern rock bands that followed them. After 43 years, the landlord may be shutting the place down.
Tue., September 30, 2014 4:48pm
Where The Music Never Dies
Bibb Music Center in Macon has been the place to get your instrument fixed for over 50 years for marching band kids and rock stars alike. Now the shop is for sale and its future is uncertain.
Tue., September 23, 2014 11:28am
The House Next Door - Revisted
Telegraph reporter Jim Gaines talks about living next to a rundown home with GPB's Michael Caputo
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